Last week, the Navy got its first ever solar powered electric vehicle charging station, serving as another demonstration of a slow but steady transition out of petroleum dependency by the US military. The Navy has also moved forward with a contract to replace a 1950′s era coal fired power plant at its Indian Head, Maryland [...]
In order to achieve the goal of optimum utilization of solar energy as well as catering to electricity demand by generating power for renewable sources of energy, the Punjab government is set to establish solar energy units on the rooftop of all government buildings by 2017. A government spokesperson has also mentioned a special plan [...]
SOLAR TODAY‘s May/June issue is online. Read the full issue, search by key word and share articles. Click here to go directly to the issue. ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS Sixth Annual Efficient Cars Roundup Plug-ins and hybrids reach toward half-a-million new cars a year in the United States By Seth Masia Lessons in Sustainability Phoenix’s new Fireside Elementary School [...]
The Clean Energy Collective (CEC) cut the ribbon this week on the first community-owned solar array resulting from the Community Solar Garden Act of 2010, which directed the Public Utilities Commission to include solar gardens in the Colorado’s renewable energy plans. On Friday, April 26 the Boulder Cowdery Meadows Solar Array, built on 3.5 acres [...]
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